How to Stencil Your Floor With a Fun Pattern!

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Make a statement and stand out by turning your floors into a beautiful masterpiece you won't be able to stop staring at.
You can easily turn your spare room or any room into a unique area with just a little paint!
Watch the video below on how I recreated a floor my client saw someone else due.
Ps: trust your paint! This isn't a perfect pattern, t's supposed to be distressed, faded, and have opacity variations to add depth to the floor. You may want to hold off on clear coating... Watch why:
My client wanted a fun floor for her guest room... an dI gave her one with a stencil and porch paint!


Small tip after you're done: Wait for it to cure! Paint can take up to a month or more to floor. Don't go moving heavy furniture or be harsh on your floor just yet. Wait a month then you can put your dancing shoes on and enjoy your fabulous floor!
Paint Floor with Porch paint, Stencil on with chalk paint!
Close pores, lightly sand stencil with a soft grit sand paper when chalk paint is dry. Take care and be gentle with the floor, only wear socks! No Shoes!
Viola! You have a beautiful statement floor :)
Suggested materials:
  • Stencil   (http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/)
  • Porch Paint   (http://www.valsparpaint.com/en/find-the-right-product/exterior/paint/latex-porch-floor-paint.html)
  • Chalk Paint   (http://www.anniesloan.com/annie-sloan-products/paints/chalk-paint.html)
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  • Celia Jan Andrews Celia Jan Andrews on Apr 07, 2016
    Where did youfind that fabulous stencil? I'm wanting to stencil my small galley kitchen wood floors and that pattern would look so cool with the Victorian look i'm going for.

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